In Paris crepes are popular. There are many restaurants called creperies where you can eat the French specialties.
The history of the crepe come from Brittany (a region in the north west of France). The crepe is a very thin pancake.
It can be made with buckwheat flour. This kind of crepe is called galette de sarrazin and is not sweet. Try out with ham and cheese, asparagus.
The crepes for dessert are made with white flour. Try out the crepe au chocolat, a chocolate crepe (crepe can be filled with nutella) or the delicious crepes suzette, a true French dessert (crepes flambe with orange juice, butter and Grand-Marnier)
Breizh Cafe 109 Rue Vieille du Temple, Paris 3rd arrondissement. In the Quarter of the Marais, stop at the metro Republique. Closed Monday and Tuesday. Traditional galette de sarazin orde froment. All salted crepes are made with organic buckwheat flour.
La Creperie de Josselin 67 Rue du Montparnasse, Paris 14. Metro Monparnasse Bienvenue. I will come here just for the decor from Brittany and also for the crepes. They are delicious! Try out the crepe Josselin: ham, cheese, mushrooms and egg.
Aup Tit Grec 62 Rue Mouffetard, Paris 5th arrondissement. Metro Place Monge. A creperie takeway is very famous in the area. The crepes here are big and very good! Can be very busy.
Creperie Saint Andre des Arts 56 Rue St Andre des Arts, Paris 06. Phone: 01 46 33 92 00. Metro Odeon. You will be surprised by the decor same like Rome.
Creperie des Pecheurs 27 Rue St André des Arts, Paris 6th arrondissement. Metro Odeon. Decor very special in a bottom of a boat.
Creperie Le Pot O Lait Sarl Marie Noelle 41 Rue Censier, Paris 5th arrondissement. Metro Censier Raubenton.
Creperie Beaubourg 2 Rue Brisemiche Paris.
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